ARAI will now allow visitors once in a month

It has recently come into our notice that the Automotive Research Association of India has now decided to allow visitors to come once in a month. The Association will be keeping the third Saturday of every month reserved specially for this purpose. The visit is scheduled to be held on 24th May, 2014 for the current month. The basic idea behind allowing the people to take these visits is to make them aware of the organization and provide them with an understanding of how it functions. People who are interested in visiting may note that the ARAI’s office is at Vetal Hill, Off Paud Road, Kothrud, Pune, Maharashtra.

arai-pune-25-year-old-visitors-openedAutomotive Research Association of India (ARAI)

The ARAI will permit at maximum 100 people to undertake visit every month. These 100 visitors will be divided into two equal batches. As per the information available on the official website of the Automotive Research Association of India, only those people will be allowed to visit who are Indian citizens and their minimum age should be 25 years.

The duration of the visit conducted by the ARAI will be 2 hours and the visits will be carried out in the morning as well as evening. In order to be allowed to visit the organization, interested people will have to register for the same via the ARAI website only. We are sure there will be many enthusiasts who will love to take this opportunity.

The Automotive Research Association of India was established in the year 1996. The Association was authorized by the Indian Government to carry out different testing associated activities of automobiles and related industries. The Automotive Research Association of India offers technical expertise in Research and Development, certification, testing, homologation as well as framing of automotive regulations. The association also has an academy. In this academy, enrolled students from different universities are prepared for undergraduate as well as postgraduate courses.


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SourceARAI website